Area Attractions

San Antonio is a captivating city full of culture, charm, history and exciting activities to discover. Hyatt Regency offers an unbeatable location that overlooks the historic Alamo and the picturesque River Walk, two of the most popular landmarks in San Antonio. Walk right out our front doors to discover many exciting attractions and things to do in San Antonio.

Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk

123 Losoya Street
San Antonio, Texas, United States, 78205



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San Antonio River Walk

The San Antonio River Walk is a lush oasis of cypress-lined paved paths, arched stone bridges and lush landscapes. Winding through the city center along the San Antonio River, it provides easy access to the city’s cultural attractions, historic sites and exciting attractions. Our San Antonio River Walk hotel offers direct access to the path in the heart of all the action.

The Alamo

When visiting San Antonio, Texas, The Alamo is a must see attraction. The Alamo features beautiful gardens, a complex of historic buildings and a Wall of History detailing over 300 years of history and the role of this Spanish Mission. The Alamo houses significant exhibits on the Battle of 1836, the Texas Revolution and its storied Texas history.

King William Historic District

This 25-block area on the south bank of the San Antonio River was originally settled by German merchants and is today zoned as the state's first historic district. Many mansions are restored and being restored. The San Antonio Conservation Society at 107 King William Street provides a walking tour.

San Antonio Mission National Park

Located in the heart of San Antonio, San Antonio Mission's National Historical Park is 819-acre historical park offering visitors a look to a fascinating time in Texas history. Preserved within the park are four Spanish Colonial Missions with an active Catholic parish church.


Market Square

Enjoy the culture and flavors of old Mexico at San Antonio’s Market Square, a favorite destination for locals and tourists. Explore more than 100 locally shops in a festive indoor setting, notably labeled as the largest Mexican market outside of Mexico.

RiverCenter Mall

A towering façade that stretches far into the sky; a peaceful lagoon surrounded by lush greenery complete with a flatboat ride reminiscent of Italy; a plethora of stores, restaurants, entertainment and fun.

North Star Mall

The nearest major enclosed mall to Hyatt Regency San Antonio, North Star Mall is San Antonio's internationally-acclaimed shopping destination center. Shop and dine in more than 200 specialty stores and restaurants. Take the children to see the world's largest cowboy boots - a world record-holder.


Hill Country Golf Club

Located on the grounds of the gorgeous Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa, and just 17 miles from downtown San Antonio, the Hill Country Golf Club is a scenic and balanced 27-hole championship golf course. Ranked in the Top 25 Southern U.S. Golf Resorts by Condé Nast Traveler, and certified as an Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary, Hill Country Golf Club is a must-play golf course in San Antonio, Texas.

Alamo City Golf Trail

It’s rare to find a golf course that's convenient, affordable and challenging all at once. In San Antonio however, you'll find seven. Take advantage of the Alamo City Golf Trail, offering seven diverse San Antonio golf courses run by the Municipal Golf Association San Antonio.

Brackenridge Park

Brackenridge Park Golf Course is a historic golf course in San Antonio, Texas and the oldest 18-hole public golf course in Texas. It opened for play in 1916 and was the first inductee into the Texas Golf Hall of Fame.

The Quarry Golf Course

The Quarry, a new championship golf course in San Antonio. Chiseled from stone, the Quarry is defined as a monument to Texas golf. Nominated for Golf Digest's "Best New Public Golf Course - 1994" award.

Museums, Zoos and Gardens

San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium

With over 3,500 animals representing 750 species, The San Antonio Zoo is ranked as one of the best and largest zoos in the country. Situated on 35 acres at the headwaters of the San Antonio River, the zoo includes one of the largest bird collections in the world, and a magnificent mini-zoo designed specifically for children under 5.

San Antonio Botanical Gardens

Set on 33 tranquil acres, the Botanical Gardens offer a beautiful retreat year-round. Wander through the Old Fashioned Perennial Garden, Rose Garden, Sacred Garden, Garden for the Blind, Kuamoto En (an authentic Japanese Garden), and extensive native collections representing the Hill Country, East Texas and Southwest Texas.

San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA)

The San Antonio Museum of Art is housed in a historic brewery along the banks of the Museum Reach of the Riverwalk. The Museum offers important permanent collections of Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities, Asian art, Latin American art, contemporary art and American paintings.

Witte Museum

With a focus on South Texas history, science and water resources, the Witte Museum is one of San Antonio’s primary museums that opened its doors in the late 1920’s. As of recent, the museum continues to hold a permanent home for exhibits of the history and art of Texas, as well as 300,000 artifacts in the collection.


Magik Children's Theatre

The Magik Theatre is a premier professional theatre in San Antonio, producing live stage versions of classic and contemporary children’s literature. This theatre offers free shows to school districts throughout the South and Central Texas and accompanies each production with a comprehensive study guide packed with activities.

Majestic & Empire Theatres

The Majestic & Empire Theatres are San Antonio's leading performing arts venues featuring Broadway shows, concerts, comedy acts, and great live entertainment. The Majestic features beautiful Spanish Mediterranean architecture, 2,500 seats and is listed as a National Historic Landmark.

Arneson River Theatre At La Villita

Sitting on the banks of the San Antonio River, the Arneson River Theatre is the entry way into the La Villita Historic Arts Village. This 800-seat amphitheater is an exceptional performance space with the stage and natural grass seating area on opposite sides of the river.

The Woodlawn Theater

Located in the heart of the Deco District, the Woodlawn Theatre is San Antonio’s historic live performance venue that opened in 1946 as an elegant playhouse for Hollywood films. In 1960, the Woodlawn famously hosted John Wayne and the world premiere of his film The Alamo at the Woodlawn.

Food and Drink

Pearl Brewery

Pearl Brewery is a lifestyle center that is a culinary destination with a variety of restaurants, cafés, and bars. Pearl is home to the first year-round Farmers Market in the area and a third campus for The Culinary Institute of America.

Café Ole

Enjoy delicious Tex-Mex cuisine, fajitas, and the famous 60 oz. Margarita with scenic views of the San Antonio River and strolling Mariachis. Café Ole offers a festive atmosphere with quaint indoor and outdoor seating.

Esquire Tavern

Holding the title as the oldest bar on the River Walk, Esquire Tavern is a James Beard nominated bar boasting the longest wooden bar top in Texas - over 100 feet. This quintessential downtown bar is dark, cool, filled with history, and serves cold beer, swanky cocktails, and excellent food.

Iron Cactus

Located directly on the San Antonio River Walk, Iron Cactus is an award-winning Mexican restaurant that is known for its unique tequila infused creations and choice of over 100 premium tequilas. Diners enjoy traditional Mexican inspired cuisine with contemporary flavor combinations.